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What Every Family Needs to Know About Thermometers and Fevers
Get an accurate temperature reading at every age to track your family's fevers.
I'm Pregnant and I'm Worried About COVID-19.
Here's what we know about COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, and how it may affect you and your baby.
How Do I Get the Care I Need When I'm Supposed to Stay Home?
The Iowa Clinic offers eClinic, a virtual care service, to connect you with a primary care provider.
The Do's and Don'ts of Discussing Coronavirus With Your Children
As the state of Iowa becomes more affected by the spread of coronavirus, it can be difficult to navigate this serious topic with your children.
Your Alternatives to Breast Reconstruction After Breast Cancer
You don't have many options with breast cancer. But you can choose how to live in your body after surgery.
How to Find Relief from Sciatica
Some simple self-care measures can resolve your sciatic nerve pain — and prevent it from coming back.
Gluten-Free Diets: Facts of the Fad
Despite food marketers' attempts to convince you otherwise, a gluten-free diet is only a healthier option for three groups of people.
Manage Your Child's Asthma in the Summer Heat and Humidity
Iowa's muggy weather and thunderstorms trigger asthma symptoms. These strategies can help control your kid's condition and stave off asthma attacks.
10 Fireworks Safety Tips to Avoid an Accident
Since the fireworks laws in Iowa changed, you can light off much more than a pack of sparklers. Practice these safety habits to avoid ending your celebration in the ER.
Ulcerative Colitis: What It Is and How to Fix It
A condition with no known cause or cure, ulcerative colitis must be treated to prevent colon cancer.
Sinusitis vs. Allergies: What's Up with Your Nose?
Nasal congestion and sinus pressure can make you miserable for weeks. You have to find the source of your symptoms to unstuff your nose.
What are the Odds? The Actual Risk of Childhood Cancer
Cancer is scary at any age, but especially when it's a dire diagnosis for your little ones. Before you assume the worst, understand the real risks.